Uni-directional Interaction and Plant–Pollinator–Robber Coexistence

@article{Wang2012UnidirectionalIA,
  title={Uni-directional Interaction and Plant–Pollinator–Robber Coexistence},
  author={Yuanshi Wang and Donald L. DeAngelis and Julian Nathaniel Holland},
  journal={Bulletin of Mathematical Biology},
  year={2012},
  volume={74},
  pages={2142-2164}
}
A mathematical model for the plant–pollinator–robber interaction is studied to understand the factors leading to the widespread occurrence and stability of such interactions. In the interaction, a flowering plant provides resource for its pollinator and the pollinator has both positive and negative effects on the plant. A nectar robber acts as a plant predator, consuming a common resource with the pollinator, but with a different functional response. Using dynamical systems theory, mechanisms… CONTINUE READING